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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#25600 Sep 26, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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What do you have against monkeys?
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Hilarious!!!!! Wish I had thought of it.++++1
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Jefferson, GA

#25601 Sep 26, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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What do you have against monkeys?
;)

Nothing really, they like "Fruit of the Loom" and I like Etiquette Clothiers Black Label.
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Jefferson, GA

#25602 Sep 26, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>Exemption or subsidy? Newspeak semantics.
Federal employees will be credited up front while those that "may qualify" for a tax credit get no relief for a year. The "may qualify" is government language. People can decide for themselves what this means.
More people are having their policies cancelled as we speak. So much for "if you like your plan, you can keep it".

Pay no attention to the pilferer. His post was horsecrap as usual...

factcheck dot org is nothing but a liberal biased website sponsored by APPC, itself sponsored by the Annenberg Foundation.
The same foundation that sponsored the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, Obama was Chairman of the Chicago Challenge and Bill Ayers was co-chair and grant writer for it's two operating arms.

More than half of factcheck dot org is on the staff of the APPC.
Both entities sleep in each others bed and spew out the same socialist slanted viewpoints.

Oh my expects conservatives to be gullible and believe any crap he puts out. I say to him, "This is the south, boy turd; maybe you should go back North."
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Jefferson, GA

#25603 Sep 26, 2013
Awwww-Days of our lives again.....

"SEIU unionists strike over Obamacare-related cuts"

http://washingtonexaminer.com/seiu-unionists-...

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#25604 Sep 26, 2013
OMTE wrote:
Johnny Isakson is a RINO! He just stated on C-span that he will vote yes for cloture. By him doing this, allows the Democrats to strip the defunding of Obamacare out of the House bill, with a partisan vote. Kick Johnny Isakson out on his a$$ come election time! He is part of the Obama team.
Chambliss office stated he is as well. Can't do anything to him, but I told Isakson's office that his constituents will remember this.
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Jefferson, GA

#25605 Sep 26, 2013
Calif has raised the min wage to $10 an hour..

Let's see, a 40 hour week will get you $400. Take out all taxes plus medicare and ss leaves you about $325.

Take out obamacare of about $75 leaves you about $250.

So you're really only making $6.25 an hour because you'll never see the medicare, ss, or the other taxes.
You take out a obamacare bronze and you have to pay 40% of all healthcaare with a deductible of a little over $6,000 dollars.

So you're getting $6.25 an hour, and you deductible is over $6k. At $6.25 you only make $13k for 52 weeks of work, minus the $6k leaves you $7k to live on.

So Where is the incentive to work?????

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#25606 Sep 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Uhmmmm, yes, the continued comedic value is priceless...
"first debunked such a claim"
"the bogus bit surfaced again"
"they’re still not exempt"
"twisted reading of the legislation"
"Congress was supposedly “exempt” when members couldn’t participate in the exchanges, and now that they are required to do so, they’re still somehow “exempt” from the law. Neither of these convoluted claims is true."
....
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And the laughs just keep coming. Now that Just Saying, Synergy, Now and I have all have shown beyond a shadow of a doubt that while Congress and their staffers will be getting a subsidy for their premiums on the exchanges that no other American gets - meaning they are E-X-E-M-P-T from the subsidy formulas that apply to everyone else - you try and say we claimed they were exempt for the exchanges themselves. Sorry, dear - everyone knows that isn't true and is only your futile way to try and retain relevance. Fail.

You really are making a fool of yourself.

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#25607 Sep 26, 2013
You know what, never mind the above post. Conventional wisdom says that when someone is making a fool of themselves it is best to just get out of the way, so .........

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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#25608 Sep 26, 2013
Now wrote:
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Pay no attention to the pilferer. His post was horsecrap as usual...
factcheck dot org is nothing but a liberal biased website sponsored by APPC, itself sponsored by the Annenberg Foundation.
The same foundation that sponsored the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, Obama was Chairman of the Chicago Challenge and Bill Ayers was co-chair and grant writer for it's two operating arms.
More than half of factcheck dot org is on the staff of the APPC.
Both entities sleep in each others bed and spew out the same socialist slanted viewpoints.
Oh my expects conservatives to be gullible and believe any crap he puts out. I say to him, "This is the south, boy turd; maybe you should go back North."
Snopes used to be the go-to site until it was outed as liberal. Those sites really work on misleading the American people.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#25609 Sep 26, 2013
Now wrote:
Awwww-Days of our lives again.....
"SEIU unionists strike over Obamacare-related cuts"
http://washingtonexaminer.com/seiu-unionists-...
That's what they get for supporting the "Liar in Chief".

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#25610 Sep 26, 2013
And to further illustrate the idiocy (and arrogance) of some school boards, we now have three middle schoolers suspended from school for a year (the principal originally wanted them expelled) for "possession, handling and use of an air soft gun".
There is just one little problem - the boys were not on school grounds, they were in the front yard of one of the boys.

But a neighbor "was uncomfortable" with the fact she saw the boys shooting at a target in a tree and so she called 911. Another example of a brain trust.

This school board has NO AUTHORITY over what the boys do AT HOME. I am not a fan of law suits but I hope the parents take this school board to the cleaners. And the principal released information to the media that was not relevant to the incident - he should be fired for violating the boy's privacy (and for being an idiot).

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#25611 Sep 26, 2013

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#25612 Sep 26, 2013
Thought this was worthy of sharing.
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"On Tuesday, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the surviving Doolittle Raiders gathered publicly for the last time.

They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States.

There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation's history. The mere mention of their unit's name, in those years, would bring tears to the eyes of grateful Americans.

Now only four survive.
After Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, with the United States reeling and wounded, something dramatic was needed to turn the war effort around.

Even though there were no friendly airfields close enough to Japan for the United States to launch a retaliation, a daring plan was devised. Sixteen B-25s were modified so that they could take off from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This had never before been tried -- sending such big, heavy bombers from a carrier.

The 16 five-man crews, under the command of Lt. Col. James Doolittle, who himself flew the lead plane off the USS Hornet, knew that they would not be able to return to the carrier. They would have to hit Japan and then hope to make it to China for a safe landing.

But on the day of the raid, the Japanese military caught wind of the plan. The Raiders were told that they would have to take off from much farther out in the Pacific Ocean than they had counted on. They were told that because of this they would not have enough fuel to make it to safety.
And those men went anyway.

They bombed Tokyo, and then flew as far as they could. Four planes crash-landed; 11 more crews bailed out, and three of the Raiders died. Eight more were captured; three were executed. Another died of starvation in a Japanese prison camp. One crew made it to Russia.

The Doolittle Raid sent a message from the United States to its enemies, and to the rest of the world: We will fight. And, no matter what it takes, we will win.

Of the 80 Raiders, 62 survived the war.

Beginning in 1946, the surviving Raiders have held a reunion each April. In 1959, the city of Tucson, Arizona, as a gesture of respect and gratitude, presented the Doolittle Raiders with a set of 80 silver goblets. Each goblet was engraved with the name of a Raider.

Every year, a wooden display case bearing all 80 g oblets is transported to the reunion city. Each time a Raider passes away, his goblet is turned upside down in the case at the next reunion, as his old friends bear solemn witness.

Also in the wooden case is a bottle of 1896 Hennessy Very Special cognac.

There has always been a plan: When there are only two surviving Raiders, they would open the bottle, at last drink from it, and toast their comrades who preceded them in death.

So now, out of the original 80, only four Raiders remain:

Dick Cole (Doolittle's co-pilot on the Tokyo raid), Robert Hite, Edward Saylor and David Thatcher.
All are in their 90s. They have decided that there are too few of them for the public reunions to continue.

The events in Fort Walton Beach this week will mark the end. It has come full circle; Florida's nearby Eglin Field was where the Raiders trained in secrecy for the Tokyo mission.

Do the men ever wonder if those of us for whom they helped save the country have tended to it in a way that is worthy of their sacrifice?

The men have decided that after this final public reunion they will wait until a later date -- some time this year -- to get together once more, informally and in absolute privacy. That is when they will open the bottle of brandy. The years are flowing by too swiftly now; they are not going to wait until there are only two of them. They will fill the four remaining upturned goblets. And raise them in a toast to those who are gone."



Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#25613 Sep 26, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>Pay no attention to the pilferer. His post was horsecrap as usual...

factcheck dot org is nothing but a liberal biased website sponsored by APPC, itself sponsored by the Annenberg Foundation.
The same foundation that sponsored the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, Obama was Chairman of the Chicago Challenge and Bill Ayers was co-chair and grant writer for it's two operating arms.

More than half of factcheck dot org is on the staff of the APPC.
Both entities sleep in each others bed and spew out the same socialist slanted viewpoints.

Oh my expects conservatives to be gullible and believe any crap he puts out. I say to him, "This is the south, boy turd; maybe you should go back North."
Another bit of wisdom from the Right Wing Taliban friends who can't stand the democratically elected government working.

To Right Wing Wackos, just like democracy, reality has a liberal bias.
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Quitman, GA

#25614 Sep 27, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
Thought this was worthy of sharing.
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"On Tuesday, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the surviving Doolittle Raiders gathered publicly for the last time.
They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States.
There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation's history. The mere mention of their unit's name, in those years, would bring tears to the eyes of grateful Americans.
Now only four survive.
After Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, with the United States reeling and wounded, something dramatic was needed to turn the war effort around.
Even though there were no friendly airfields close enough to Japan for the United States to launch a retaliation, a daring plan was devised. Sixteen B-25s were modified so that they could take off from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This had never before been tried -- sending such big, heavy bombers from a carrier.
The 16 five-man crews, under the command of Lt. Col. James Doolittle, who himself flew the lead plane off the USS Hornet, knew that they would not be able to return to the carrier. They would have to hit Japan and then hope to make it to China for a safe landing.
But on the day of the raid, the Japanese military caught wind of the plan. The Raiders were told that they would have to take off from much farther out in the Pacific Ocean than they had counted on. They were told that because of this they would not have enough fuel to make it to safety.
And those men went anyway.
They bombed Tokyo, and then flew as far as they could. Four planes crash-landed; 11 more crews bailed out, and three of the Raiders died. Eight more were captured; three were executed. Another died of starvation in a Japanese prison camp. One crew made it to Russia.
The Doolittle Raid sent a message from the United States to its enemies, and to the rest of the world: We will fight. And, no matter what it takes, we will win.
Of the 80 Raiders, 62 survived the war.
Beginning in 1946, the surviving Raiders have held a reunion each April. In 1959, the city of Tucson, Arizona, as a gesture of respect and gratitude, presented the Doolittle Raiders with a set of 80 silver goblets. Each goblet was engraved with the name of a Raider.
Every year, a wooden display case bearing all 80 g oblets is transported to the reunion city. Each time a Raider passes away, his goblet is turned upside down in the case at the next reunion, as his old friends bear solemn witness.
Also in the wooden case is a bottle of 1896 Hennessy Very Special cognac.
There has always been a plan: When there are only two surviving Raiders, they would open the bottle, at last drink from it, and toast their comrades who preceded them in death.
So now, out of the original 80, only four Raiders remain:
Dick Cole (Doolittle's co-pilot on the Tokyo raid), Robert Hite, Edward Saylor and David Thatcher.
All are in their 90s. They have decided that there are too few of them for the public reunions to continue.
The events in Fort Walton Beach this week will mark the end. It has come full circle; Florida's nearby Eglin Field was where the Raiders trained in secrecy for the Tokyo mission.
Do the men ever wonder if those of us for whom they helped save the country have tended to it in a way that is worthy of their sacrifice?
The men have decided that after this final public reunion they will wait until a later date -- some time this year -- to get together once more, informally and in absolute privacy. That is when they will open the bottle of brandy. The years are flowing by too swiftly now; they are not going to wait until there are only two of them. They will fill the four remaining upturned goblets. And raise them in a toast to those who are gone."
Thanks
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Jefferson, GA

#25615 Sep 27, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
Thought this was worthy of sharing.
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"On Tuesday, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the surviving Doolittle Raiders gathered publicly for the last time.
They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States.
There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation's history. The mere mention of their unit's name, in those years, would bring tears to the eyes of grateful Americans.
Now only four survive.
After Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, with the United States reeling and wounded, something dramatic was needed to turn the war effort around.
Even though there were no friendly airfields close enough to Japan for the United States to launch a retaliation, a daring plan was devised. Sixteen B-25s were modified so that they could take off from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This had never before been tried -- sending such big, heavy bombers from a carrier.
The 16 five-man crews, under the command of Lt. Col. James Doolittle, who himself flew the lead plane off the USS Hornet, knew that they would not be able to return to the carrier. They would have to hit Japan and then hope to make it to China for a safe landing.
But on the day of the raid, the Japanese military caught wind of the plan. The Raiders were told that they would have to take off from much farther out in the Pacific Ocean than they had counted on. They were told that because of this they would not have enough fuel to make it to safety.
And those men went anyway.
They bombed Tokyo, and then flew as far as they could. Four planes crash-landed; 11 more crews bailed out, and three of the Raiders died. Eight more were captured; three were executed. Another died of starvation in a Japanese prison camp. One crew made it to Russia.
The Doolittle Raid sent a message from the United States to its enemies, and to the rest of the world: We will fight. And, no matter what it takes, we will win.
Of the 80 Raiders, 62 survived the war.
Beginning in 1946, the surviving Raiders have held a reunion each April. In 1959, the city of Tucson, Arizona, as a gesture of respect and gratitude, presented the Doolittle Raiders with a set of 80 silver goblets. Each goblet was engraved with the name of a Raider.
Every year, a wooden display case bearing all 80 g oblets is transported to the reunion city. Each time a Raider passes away, his goblet is turned upside down in the case at the next reunion, as his old friends bear solemn witness.
Also in the wooden case is a bottle of 1896 Hennessy Very Special cognac.
There has always been a plan: When there are only two surviving Raiders, they would open the bottle, at last drink from it, and toast their comrades who preceded them in death.
So now, out of the original 80, only four Raiders remain:
Dick Cole (Doolittle's co-pilot on the Tokyo raid), Robert Hite, Edward Saylor and David Thatcher.
All are in their 90s. They have decided that there are too few of them for the public reunions to continue.
The events in Fort Walton Beach this week will mark the end. It has come full circle; Florida's nearby Eglin Field was where the Raiders trained in secrecy for the Tokyo mission.
Do the men ever wonder if those of us for whom they helped save the country have tended to it in a way that is worthy of their sacrifice?
The men have decided that after this final public reunion they will wait until a later date -- some time this year -- to get together once more, informally and in absolute privacy. That is when they will open the bottle of brandy. The years are flowing by too swiftly now; they are not going to wait until there are only two of them. They will fill the four remaining upturned goblets. And raise them in a toast to those who are gone."

A bit of History that is uplifting.......

thanks!!
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Jefferson, GA

#25616 Sep 27, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Another bit of wisdom from the Right Wing Taliban friends who can't stand the democratically elected government working.

suppose you tell me how dead people voting is democratic.......

Oh wait, maybe you mean brain dead like yourself.

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#25617 Sep 27, 2013
How organized labor can bankrupt a pension fund......

"How much each person received is not known. But available records suggest that the trustees approving the payments did not discriminate; nearly everybody in the plan received them. Most of the trustees on Detroit's two pension boards represent organized labor, and for years they could outvote anyone who challenged the payments. "


http://www.cnbc.com/id/101064165

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#25618 Sep 27, 2013
NEWS FLASH.. NEWS FLASH.. NEWS

"Who", "What", "Why", "Where", "How", "It", "When", "Whatever", "Bill", "Fran" and "Ollie" announce:

Having posted 157 posts demonstrating that Obama's policies are mostly Right Wing duplicates of Bush the Beloved";
and
Having posted 182 posts demonstrating Obama is no friend of Organized Labor;
and
Having posted 66 posts demonstrating Obama kills more Muslims with drone strikes every Thursday than other Right Wing Administration killed in 8 years;
and
Having posted 123 posts demonstrating that 3264 more Americans were killed by terrorists under other Right Wing Administrations than under Obama's;
and
Having posted 214 posts demonstrating Obama's administration has run a deficit less than half the other Right Wing Administration;
and
Having posted 413 posts demonstrating Obama's Administration is demanding an end to welfare provided to freeloading deadbeats who won't buy insurance to pay their medical bills;
and
Having posted 218 posts demonstrating the people of America democratically elected Obama to the Presidency, and for Democrats to control the Senate; office, and in fact, the majority of voters voted for Democratic control of the House too;

Hereby:

Proudly declare their allegiance and support for President Obama, and Right Wing,(Bush + Brain), Conservative Agenda.

And this peace reigns throughout all of TOPIX.
OMTE

Folkston, GA

#25619 Sep 27, 2013
Sen. Ted Cruz very well may have not stopped Obama and his gang of RINOs, from striping the defunding of Obamacare, out of the House Bill.... But what he did do, is expose the trainwreck that is Obamacare, and expose alot of the cowardly RINOs that are helping Obama. I know we have two of the biggest RINOs right here in Ga. representing us. Johnny Isakson's statements were the worst that I had the displeasure to listen to, out of all the the RINOs yesterday. McCains sorry a$$ was a close second. Saxby Chambliss has always been stupid as hell, so no suprise to me that all he said was stupid sh*t. Thanks Ted Cruz for your patriotic service to this country. I know I will never forget your courage. And thank you for exposing the RINOs helping Obama. I will do everything that I can, to make sure the two in Ga. are removed from office in the next election. God Bless America!
http://personalliberty.com/2013/09/27/republi...
Impeach Obama Today!

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